Wealth Strategist – Investor – Coach
From a small town boy growing up in the remote outback of rural Queensland, to becoming the founder of Australasia’s most powerful property wealth creation engine – Positive’s Group CEO Jason Whitton is on a mission to change the way we look at wealth.
With over 20 years’ experience in the real estate industry, in which his company has closed over 10,000 property deals, coached 7500 clients, and generated a combined property portfolio of over 5.1 billion dollars – Jason has never been more dedicated to sharing his knowledge and wisdom to help people on their path to wealth creation.
However, this loving husband and father-of-three, never set out to achieve real estate dominance or teach wealth strategy. His story may surprise you.
The Wealth Faculty
In this ground-breaking and inspiring podcast series, Positive Real Estate’s Jason Whitton embarks on a journey to discover the true meaning of wealth, by interviewing world-renowned leaders and wealth champions who have achieved extraordinary levels of abundance. Some of whom are the very experts and advisors that have impacted and contributed to Jason’s success as a property investor and coach.
On today’s episode I have the good fortune of interviewing my dear friend and business partner for the past 18 years, Sam Saggers. Without doubt one of our country’s brightest minds when it comes to real estate investing, Sam’s backstory and eventual “rags to riches” ascendence is truly inspiring.
After today’s episode, do yourself a favour – if you haven’t already – and listen to Sam’s podcast the Urban Property Investor. It’s the podcast the experts listen to – and savvy investors.
Dr Jodie Lowinger is the CEO and Founder of the Sydney Anxiety Clinic. Jodie is a Clinical Psychologist and has worked in organisational, hospital and community settings for more than 20 years. She holds a Doctor of Clinical Psychology and a Master of Science (University of Sydney) and was awarded the University Medal for Psychology (UNSW). Jodie combines a compassionate and engaging personal style with a pragmatic, solutions-oriented approach.
Cyndi O’Meara is a nutritionist, best selling author, documentary maker and founder of food company Changing Habits and education platform The Nutrition Academy.
Cyndi graduated with a Bachelor of Science majoring in Nutrition from Deakin University back in 1984 – with her almost 40 years in the industry making her the DOYEN of Nutrition in Australia.
Choosing whether to put furniture into your investment properties all comes down to one, big question: Is it going to increase your cashflow?
If it was as simple as throwing a few beds and a lamp in, and suddenly getting hundreds of dollars more rent coming in each month, we’d all furnish every investment property we have.
But we don’t. And there are some important reasons why.
In a world where mental health issues are reaching rampant levels, parenting expert Kari Sutton believes our children need more help than ever before to sustain emotional resilience.
To better equip your child for the challenges of growing up in this day and age, the educator has four key strategies parents can employ.
It’s the age-old debate: as a property investor, should you buy your own home, or should you rent? When it comes down to it, either owning or choosing to rent is entirely preferential.
However, your long-term financial goals will determine how you approach this situation.
So, let’s talk about the benefits and drawbacks of both owning and renting in the property investor space.